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December 11, 1902

Has been a very fine day tho a raw wind has blown all day from the N.E. We spent the day in sawing wood in the yard. Harve took a cord of wood to Perkins’ which I sold while in … Continue reading

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November 28, 1902

A dark day. The sky has been overcast nearly all day and now at ten o’clock it has been sifting soft snow which melts nearly as fast as it falls. Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day. I worked on the grade in … Continue reading

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November 18, 1902

A fine day, a strong south west wind has blown all day. Tonight the sky is overcast and I fear for the weather. Harve went to Dakota today. I began work on the fill at Cedar Creek bridge.

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November 6, 1902

A good day. I took Abbie to the train today; she bound for Glenwood; came home and began to repair the box of the old wagon to begin cribbing corn. Pa & Frank have been shingling the hoghouse.

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October 6, 1902

Today fair with N.W. wind. I mowed the remainder of the second growth (of hay) today. Ma and Fannie went over to Ernest’s today in the P.M. Harve and I were over there yesterday. (Pictured is Ernest’s house as it … Continue reading

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October 4, 1902

A rainy day. This forenoon I helped Harve get his black calf home & this P.M. put in a tile culvert south of the place here. Yesterday I went to Churdan – brot out the tile, also 500 lbs. shorts … Continue reading

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September 25, 1902

A cloudy day, tho pleasant and cool to work. Harve and I made a well at home here today. Wm. Ritchie paid me 10¢ on telephone messages tonight. Yesterday I was in town & received from Ecklund $2.10 for message … Continue reading

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September 23, 1902

Today was a continuation of the rain storm which commenced yesterday and spattered some today. I gathered some walnuts this morning. This P.M. hauled some wood and gathered some corn. Sunday went to S.S. (Sunday School) and returned by way … Continue reading

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September 20, 1902

Just returned from Ernest’s; drove Doll (horse’s name) over, brot back two sacks of apples. The day has been rather rainy, having started to rain at 8 o’clock this morning. Have been cutting a little corn in the last few … Continue reading

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September 13, 1902

Last night brot a very heavy frost which leaves the corn leaves looking rather pale. A very severe frost for so early. This is Fanny’s birthday, 27 years old. (Pictured are Sister Fanny (Frances) and husband Henry Stephenson, who is … Continue reading

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